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Based on information provided by the Dark Horizons site and internet research, here are just some of the movies you can expect to see in the movie theatres in April:

Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan’s Hope
Opens: April 6

Director Morgan Spurlock takes a look at Comic Con, showing the one place where Vulcans and vampires can get along; where wizards and wookies can be themselves. That place is Comic-Con San Diego. What started as a fringe comic book convention for 500 fans has grown into the pop culture event of the year that influences every form of entertainment, now attended by over 140,000 strong. This film explores the amazing cultural phenomenon by following the lives of five attendees as they descend upon the ultimate geek mecca at San Diego Comic-Con 2010.

Lockout
Opens: April 13

Guy Pearce stars as the cynical badass offered freedom in exchange for rescuing the President’s daughter (Maggie Grace) from a space prison which has been over-run by the inmates. The cast also includes Peter Stormare and Lennie James.

The Cabin in the Woods
Opens: April 13

This horror-slasher flick is from Joss Whedon and is about a group of young people stranded in a forest cabin and terrorized, starring Richard Jenkins, Bradley Whitford, Jesse Williams, Chris Hemsworth and Fran Kranz.

The Lucky One
Opens: April 20

Zac Efron plays a Marine who returns to North Carolina after serving three tours in Iraq and searches for the unknown woman (Taylor Schilling) he believes was his good luck charm during the war. He discovers that she’s a divorced mother with a son and soon the pair begin an all-consuming love affair. However, he hasn’t told her about the photo and the secret ultimately threatens their lives. Blythe Danner co-stars.

Think Like a Man
Opens: April 20

This film is based on Steve Harvey’s best-selling book of the same name that follows four interconnected and diverse men whose love lives are shaken up after the ladies they are pursuing buy Harvey’s book and start taking his advice to heart. When the band of brothers realizes they have been betrayed by one of their own, they conspire using the book’s insider information to turn the tables and teach the women a lesson of their own. The film stars Michael Ealy, Meagan Good, Regina Hall, Taraji P. Henson, Romany Malco and Gabrielle Union [among others].

Safe
Opens: April 27

A second-rate cage fighter on the mixed martial arts circuit, Luke Wright, lives a numbing life of routine beatings and chump change until the day he blows a rigged fight. Wanting to make an example of him, the Russian Mafia murders his family and banishes him from his life forever, leaving Luke to wander the streets of New York destitute, haunted by guilt, and tormented by the knowledge that he will always be watched, and anyone he develops a relationship with will also be killed. But when he witnesses a frightened twelve-year-old Chinese girl, Mei, being pursued by the same gangsters who killed his wife, Luke impulsively jumps to action and straight into the heart of a deadly high-stakes war. Mei is no ordinary girl, but an orphaned math prodigy forced to work for the Triads as a “counter.” He discovers she holds in her memory a priceless numerical code that the Triads, the Russian mob and a corrupt faction of the NYPD will kill for. The film stars Jason Statham, Chris Sarandon, Anson Mount and Catherine Chan,

The Five-Year Engagement
Opens: April 27

Jason Segel and Emily Blunt star in a story about the ups and downs of an engaged couple whose marriage keeps being continually delayed due to various mishaps. The cast includes Alison Brie, Rhys Ifans, Chris Pratt, Jacki Weaver, Chris Parnell, Mindy Kaling and Mimi Kennedy.

The Pirates! Band of Misfits
Opens: April 27

Hugh Grant voices the luxuriantly bearded Pirate Captain, a boundlessly enthusiastic, if somewhat less-than-successful, terror of the High Seas in this animated film. With a rag-tag crew at his side, and seemingly blind to the impossible odds stacked against him, the Captain has one dream: to beat his bitter rivals Black Bellamy (Jeremy Piven) and Cutlass Liz (Salma Hayek) to the much coveted Pirate of the Year Award. It is a quest that takes our heroes from the shores of exotic Blood Island to the foggy streets of Victorian London. Along the way they battle a diabolical queen (Imelda Staunton) and team up with a haplessly smitten young scientist (David Tennant), but never lose sight of what a pirate loves best: adventure!

The Raven
Opens: April 27

The macabre and lurid tales of Edgar Allan Poe are vividly brought to life in this gothic thriller that stars John Cusack as the infamous author. When a madman begins committing horrific murders inspired by Poe’s darkest works, a young Baltimore detective (Luke Evans) joins forces with Poe in a quest to get inside the killer’s mind in order to stop him from making every one of Poe’s brutal stories a blood chilling reality. The film also stars Alice Eve and Brendan Gleeson.

Movies coming out in May will be posted at the end of April.

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It was a pretty full night of new programming on the major networks last night. Here is how the Tuesday night dramas fared in the overall ratings:

8 PM Shows:
NCIS (CBS) [NEW] – 18.2 million
90210 (The CW) [NEW] 1.4 million

9 PM Shows:
NCIS: Los Angeles (CBS) [NEW] – 14.7 million
Ringer (The CW) [NEW] 1.1 million

10 PM Shows:
Unforgettable (CBS) [NEW] – 10.4 million
Body of Proof (ABC) [NEW – Part 1 of 2] – 10 million

What did you watch last night? Please share.

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Hey All,

Here are the news items for today:

TELEVISION

Actor Eddie Cibrian (Third Watch) will guest star in an upcoming episode of Rizzoli & Isles when it returns to the TNT line up this summer. He will play Dennis Rockmond, a handsome motivational speaker who meets medical examiner Isles (Sasha Alexander) in an unusual way. The series will air its 3rd season premiere on June 5 at 9 PM. (Alyse Whitney at TV Line)

Actress Whoopi Goldberg will appear in a pivotal multi-episode arc in Glee, playing Carmen Tibideaux, a theatrical grande dame and a professor at New York Academy of the Dramatic Arts (NYADA) who travels to Ohio to preside over Kurt and Rachel’s auditions. She will first appear in the episode set to air on May 1. The show’s finale will air on May 22. (Michael Ausiello at TV Line)

Fans of Terra Nova will have to give up hope as Netflix has been unable to “come to terms with 20th Century Fox to continue the show. (Nellie Andreeva at Deadline)

Actor Kenneth Mitchell (Jericho) will guest star in an upcoming episode of Grimm, playing Wildermann, a beast that resembles the infamous urban legend: Sasquatch. In the real world, his alter ego, Larry, struggles with self control issues, which causes him to be stuck between his human self and his creature self. Not helping matters is the pain from the device inserted into his neck that leads to his mental breakdown. This episode is slated to air during May sweeps. (Vlada Gelman at TV Line)

Actor Jamie Dornan (Once Upon a Time) and actress Gillian Anderson (The X-Files) will appear in the new BBC drama series called The Fall. Dornan will play serial killer Paul Sector, who stalks his victims in and around Belfast. Anderson will play talented Detective Superintendent Gibson, who is brought in to catch him. The series’ five episodes will follow the police investigation uncovering the intricate story of the lives entangled by a series of murders – both the killers’ and the victims’ families. (BBC and Once Upon a FanSite)

For those who LOVED Sebastian Stan as the Mad Hatter in the latest new episode of Once Upon a Time, you will be delighted to learn that he will be back in tow more episodes this season. (E! Online)

DEVELOPMENT NEWS

Actor Laz Alonso (Breakout Kings) will play the lead opposite actress Meagan Good (Californication) in the NBC drama pilot called Notorious that is being described as an opulent soap in which detective Joanna Locasto (Good) returns undercover to the wealthy and troubled Lawson family she grew up in — as the housekeeper’s daughter — to solve the murder of celebutante Vivian Lawson, who was once her closest friend. Alonzo will play NYPD detective Will Sacovitch who recruits former flame Joanna to infiltrate the Lawson home, in the hope of finding evidence that Vivian was murdered. (Nellie Andreeva at Deadline)

Actor David Lyons (the short-lived series The Cap) has been cast in the as-yet untitled J.J. Abrams and Eric Kripke drama pilot about a group of survivors in a world where all forms of energy have mysteriously ceased to exist. He will play the charismatic Marine Bass, a role which became vacant after Billy Burke, who was originally cast in the role, was promoted to play the lead Miles. (Nellie Andreeva at Deadline)

BOX OFFICE NEWS

Actor Christopher Meloni (Law & Order: Special Victims Unit) has landed the lead in the semi-autobiographical indie film called Small Time that follows a used car salesman who is still in love with his ex-wife and has a son who wants to skip college and enter the family business. (Variety and Dark Horizons)

TV SHOW TRAILER (BEHIND THE SCENES)

Exclusive Video: Falling Skies – Unanswered Questions: The Aliens

NOTE: Falling Skies returns with a two-hour premiere on Sunday, June 17 at 9 PM.

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Here is how the Monday night dramas fared in the overall ratings last night:

8 PM Show:
Alcatraz (FOX) [NEW – Hour 1 of Season Finale] – 4.7 million

9 PM Show:
Alcatraz (FOX) [NEW – Hour 2 of Season Finale] – 4.7 million

10 PM Shows:
Castle (ABC) [NEW] – 12.2 million
Hawaii Five-0 (CBS) [Reair] – 6.6 million
Smash (NBC) [NEW] – 6.4 million

What did you watch last night? Please share.

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Trying to figure out what to watch tonight? Be it new episodes of the TV season, reairs of cable series or a movie, here are some suggestions:

6:30 PM:
The Mask of Zorro movie on Showtime

7 PM:
Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief movie on HBO Family
Underworld: Rise of the Lycans movie on Syfy

8 PM:
NCIS on CBS (NEW)
The Color Purple movie on Encore

9 PM:
NCIS: Los Angeles on CBS (NEW)
X-Men movie on Syfy

10 PM
Unforgettable on CBS (NEW)
Justified on FX (NEW)
Flashpoint on ION (Reair)

10:01 PM:
Body of Proof on ABC (NEW – Part 1 of 2 )

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Hey All,

Here are the news items for today:

TELEVISION

Actress Tricia Helfer (Battlestar Galactica) will guest star in the season finale of Criminal Minds, playing the villain. The finale will run for two hours on May 16 and will involve an attack on a federal bank with a subsequent hostage situation for which one of the BAU members is held captive. There were no specific details on the role Helfer would play, though. (Matt Mitovich and Vlada Gelman at TV Line)

Actor Jon Bernthal (The Walking Dead) will guest star in a May sweeps episode of Harry’s Law, playing a man who holds the courtroom hostage when the person accused of raping and murdering his sister is found not guilty. (Michael Ausiello at TV Line)

Actress (and Emmy winner) Margo Martindale will appear in an episode of the legal drama Suits when the USA Network series returns this summer. She will play Nell Sawyer, a nurse who proves unflappable in the face of Harvey’s hardball tactics after her union threatens a strike against the hospital he represents. (Mandy Bierly at Entertainment Weekly)

The U.K. original Being Human has been renewed for a 5th season. (Twitter and Dark Horizons)

Actress Michelle Borth has joined the cast of the CBS remake Hawaii Five-0, reprising her recurring role of Lt. Catherine Rollins. She will now be a series regular. (Nellie Andreeva at Deadline)

Actor Graham Greene has joined the cast of the upcoming, futuristic Syfy series called Defiance. The series will center on a transformed Earth, inhabited by the survivors of a universal war. Forced to co-habitate, the group struggles to build a new society among the devastation. Greene will play Rafe McCawley, a self-made success who owns and operates the largest mine in the territory. His status as the richest and most powerful human in Defiance comes with a price, however, as he struggles to navigate both familial and political alliances in the new world. The cast includes Grant Bowler, Julie Benz, Tony Curran and Jaime Murray. (Philiana Ng at The Hollywood Reporter)

DEVELOPMENT NEWS

Actress Jaime Pressly (My Name is Earl) has booked a role in the ABC drama pilot called Bad Girls that will follow the ins and outs of a group of unlikely women at a federal correctional institute. She will play Melinda, the warden of Santa Del Mar Women’s Federal Correctional Institute. Among the cast are Amy Smart, Jurnee Smollett, Rick Gonzalez and Tracee Ellis Ross. (Deadline and The Futon Critic)

Actor Jason George (Grey’s Anatomy) has joined the cast of the ABC drama pilot called Mistresses that is about the lives of four female friends and their involvement in an array of illicit and complex relationships. He will play Dominic Montgomery, a co-worker of the character to be played by Alyssa Milano (Charmed). Among the cast are Rochelle Aytes and Yunjin Kim. (Deadline and The Futon Critic)

Actor Billy Burke (from the Twilight Saga franchise) has been promoted to the lead role in the as-yet untitled drama pilot from J.J. Abrams and Eric Kripke formerly known as Revolution that will follow a group of people struggling to survive and reunite with loved ones in a world where all forms of energy have mysteriously ceased to exist. He was originally cast in a supporting role but will now play the lead, Miles, an amazingly resourceful man with a dark and dangerous side. (Nellie Andreeva at Deadline)

FX is in early talks to adapt the box office film Fargo as a TV series. The dark comedy film starred Frances McDormand as a pregnant police chief investigating a series of murders involving an incompetent car salesman (William H. Macy). (Variety and TV Guide)

BOX OFFICE NEWS

Here are the top 10 box office films for this past weekend courtesy of Deadline (all totals are an approximate for the weekend):

1. The Hunger Games – 155 million
2. 21 Jump Street – 21.3 million
3. Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax 3D – 13.1 million
4. John Carter 3D – 5 million
5. Act Of Valor – 2 million
6. Project X – 1.9 million
7. A Thousand Words – 1.8 million
8. October Baby – 1.7 million
9. Safe House – 1.3 million
10. Journey 2 – 1.2 million

TV TRAILER

Doctor Who Season 7 Teaser Trailer

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Here are the ratings for the new dramas that aired over the weekend:

SATURDAY:

9 PM:
The Firm (NBC) [NEW] – 2.8 million

SUNDAY:

8 PM Shows:
Once Upon a Time (ABC) [NEW] – 8.7 million
Harry’s Law (NBC) [NEW] – 8 million

9 PM Shows:
The Good Wife (CBS) [NEW – Delayed] – 9.3 million
Desperate Housewives (ABC) [NEW] – 8.7 million

10 PM Shows:
CSI: Miami (CBS) [NEW – Delayed) – 9.5 million
GCB (ABC) [NEW] – 6.5 million

What did you watch over the weekend? Please share.

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Here is the next list of modern-day writers who, in their own way, have paid homage to Jane Austen’s legendary stories. The first author listed below has written seven books while the latter author has written six books either inspired by Austen’s characters or based on the author herself.

Mr. Darcy’s Daughters: A Novel by Elizabeth Aston

ELIZABETH ASTON
Mr. Darcy’s Daughters: A Novel
Released on April 8, 2003

Picking up twenty years after Pride and Prejudice left off, Mr. Darcy’s Daughters begins in the year 1818. Elizabeth and Darcy have gone to Constantinople, giving us an opportunity to get to know their five daughters, who have left the sheltered surroundings of Pemberley for a few months in London. While the eldest, Letitia, frets and the youngest, Alethea, practices her music, twins Georgina and Belle flirt and frolic their way through parties and balls and Camilla — levelheaded and independent — discovers what joys and sorrows the city has to offer an intelligent young woman.

The Exploits & Adventures of Miss Alethea Darcy: A Novel by Elizabeth Aston

ELIZABETH ASTON
The Exploits & Adventures of Miss Alethea Darcy: A Novel
Released on March 1, 2005

Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy’s musical daughter Alethea makes a disastrous marriage to a man whose charming manners conceal an unpleasant nature. Flinging caution to the winds, she flees her marital home, masquerading as a gentleman, and accompanied only by her redoubtable maid, Figgins, she sets off for Venice to take refuge with her sister Camilla. But events conspire to thwart her plans. Before she can meet up with Camilla, chance and her love of music lead her into the world of Italian opera, while her encounter with the aloof and difficult Titus Manningtree, in Italy to pursue a lost Titian painting, is to change her life — although fate has several more tricks to play before she can find happiness.

The True Darcy Spirit: A Novel by Elizabeth Aston

ELIZABETH ASTON
The True Darcy Spirit: A Novel
Released on February 28, 2006

After being disowned by her family, Cassandra Darcy — the artistic eldest daughter of Anne de Bourgh (and granddaughter of the infamous Lady Catherine de Bourgh and Mr. Darcy’s cousin in Pride and Prejudice) — strives to make a living by painting. But struggling to succeed in bohemian London turns out to be the least of her worries. To begin with, there are the unwelcome advances of a certain Lord Usborne, and then there are the letters bequeathed to her by a friend — highly compromising letters written by Princess Caroline that her husband, the Prince Regent, would very much like to possess. In league with Lord Usborne, the prince enlists the services of Cassandra’s cousin, Horatio Darcy, who is a lawyer, to track down the missives. When Horatio’s investigation leads him straight to Cassandra, he initially disapproves of her lifestyle until he finds himself utterly charmed by it — and particularly by her. Romance may prove elusive, however, as social obstacles and the efforts of a vengeful Lord Usborne conspire to divide the two would-be lovers.

The Second Mrs. Darcy: A Novel by Elizabeth Aston

ELIZABETH ASTON
The Second Mrs. Darcy: A Novel
Released on March 6, 2007

The story follows a reluctant heiress who has been left a widow by Darcy’s cousin Christopher. It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single woman in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a husband. So say the friends and family of impoverished widow Octavia Darcy when she unexpectedly inherits a fortune, but she has a different view and looks forward to a new life of independence. Escaping from the efforts of her half brothers and sisters to marry her off, Octavia goes to Yorkshire to find out more about the family she never knew, and while she is there she meets and crosses swords with landowner and politician Sholto Rutherford. When she returns to London to share a house with the dashing Lady Susan, Octavia, now secure in her new life, becomes caught up in the romantic problems of her niece. Then, the shadow of George Warren, the old nemesis of the Darcy family, falls over her, and she is threatened with the loss of both inheritance and reputation.

The Darcy Connection: A Novel by Elizabeth Aston

ELIZABETH ASTON
The Darcy Connection: A Novel
Released on March 4, 2008

Mr. Collins of Pride and Prejudice is now the Bishop of Ripon, living with his wife, Charlotte, and their two daughters, who have reached marriageable age. The elder, another Charlotte, is extraordinarily beautiful, and her parents hope her looks and connections will ensure a brilliant marriage. Her sister, Eliza, while not as handsome, possesses a lively intelligence that, in Mr. Collins’s opinion, is too like her godmother, Mrs. Darcy. In London, Charlotte’s beauty wins her many admirers, despite her small fortune. But Eliza’s wit and attempts to interfere in what she considers an unsuitable marriage for her sister infuriate her family and Charlotte’s suitor — until Eliza herself meets her match.

Mr. Darcy’s Dream: A Novel by Elizabeth Aston

ELIZABETH ASTON
Mr. Darcy’s Dream: A Novel
Released on February 3, 2009

When Phoebe, a young niece of Pride and Prejudice’s Mr. Darcy, is shattered by an unhappy romance, she retreats to Pemberley and is joined by kind-hearted Louisa Bingley, unmarried after three London seasons. Once the young ladies are situated in the house, several handsome strangers also arrive — all hopeful of winning the girls’ hearts. As preparations for the ball which Mr. and Mrs. Darcy are to give at Pemberley gain momentum, mischief and love triangles abound, making life as difficult as possible for anyone connected with the Darcy family.

Writing Jane Austen: A Novel by Elizabeth Aston

ELIZABETH ASTON
Writing Jane Austen: A Novel
Released on April 13, 2010

Critically acclaimed and award-winning—but hardly best-selling—author Georgina Jackson can’t get past the first chapter of her second book. When she receives an urgent email from her agent, Georgina is certain it’s bad news. Shockingly, she’s offered a commission to complete a newly discovered manuscript by a major nineteenth-century author. Skeptical at first about her ability to complete the manuscript, Georgina is horrified to know that the author in question is Jane Austen. Torn between pushing through or fleeing home to America, Georgina relies on the support of her banker-turned-science student roommate, Henry, and his quirky teenage sister, Maud—a serious Janeite. With a sudden financial crisis looming, the only way Georgina can get by is to sign the hugely lucrative contract and finish the book.

Jane Fairfax: The Secret Story of the Second Heroine in Jane Austen's Emma by Joan Aiken

JOAN AIKEN
Jane Fairfax: The Secret Story of the Second Heroine in Jane Austen’s Emma
Released on March 15, 1997

Jane Austen’s Emma has been a favorite novel for Austenites since 1816. In the mid-1990s it became a favorite movie for millions of new admirers. A key reason for Emma’s success is that the story has two heroines-Emma Woodhouse and Jane Fairfax. In Austen’s novel, Jane’s background is left obscure and the turmoil underlying her current reduced circumstances in mysterious. At last we learn her whole story in Joan Aiken’s superb retelling of Emma-this time from Jane Fairfax’s point of view.

The Youngest Miss Ward by Joan Aiken

JOAN AIKEN
The Youngest Miss Ward
Released on December 1, 1998

Jane Austen herself might be pleased with Aiken’s sequel to Mansfield Park, focusing on the life of a newly created younger sister to the three Ward women. Lacking beauty or a dowry, and therefore without social prospects, Hatty Ward is forced to work as an unpaid governess for difficult charges amid depressing surroundings. As the durable Hatty moves from one unhappy living arrangement to the next, Aiken effectively portrays England in the late 18th century, when social class strictly dictated the norms of behavior and an independent, clever young lady was often scorned by her elders. Hatty is an admirable heroine, resolutely facing the challenges thrown her way, finding solace in poetry and the accomplishments of her arduous work. References to the distant French Revolution and to the indentured servant route to America bring period authenticity to the story.

Lady Catherine's Necklace by Joan Aiken

JOAN AIKEN
Lady Catherine’s Necklace
Released on February 1, 2001

In Lady Catherine’s Necklace we are reintroduced to that monster of unfeeling snobbery Lady Catherine de Bourgh and her toadying curate Mr. Collins, familiar to all from Pride and Prejudice. When a carriage accident brings Priscilla Delaval and her brother Ralph to the door of Rosings, Lady Catherine’s residence in Kent, a chain of events is set in train which includes, among other things, a brush both with death and with the lower orders for Lady Catherine (in which she discovers a surprising talent for culinary improvisation), and the belated discovery of a skeleton in the cupboard of Lady Catherine’s late husband Sir Lewis.

NOTE: Joan Aiken passed away in 2004 so the following three books were released posthumously:

The Watsons and Emma Watson: Jane Austen's Unfinished Novel Completed by Joan Aiken

JOAN AIKEN
The Watsons and Emma Watson: Jane Austen’s Unfinished Novel Completed by Joan Aiken
Released on March 1, 2008

Emma Watson returns home after 14 years spent with a beloved aunt, whose re-marriage has caused a significant change in Emma’s circumstances. Used to a life of ease, warmth and intelligence, Emma is thrust back into a home where, with one exception, her sisters are petty and jealous, if not vulgar, her father is ill and weak, and her brothers are not men of fine minds.

Mansfield Park Revisited by Joan Aiken

JOAN AIKEN
Mansfield Park Revisited
Released on October 1, 2008

After heroine Fanny Price marries Edmund Bertram, they depart for the Caribbean, and Fanny’s younger sister Susan moves to Mansfield Park as Lady Bertram’s new companion. Surrounded by the familiar cast of characters from Jane Austen’s original, and joined by a few charming new characters introduced by the author, Susan finds herself entangled in romance, surprise, scandal, and redemption.

Eliza's Daughter: A Sequel to Jane Austen's Sense and Sensibility by Joan Aiken

JOAN AIKEN
Eliza’s Daughter: A Sequel to Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility
Released on November 1, 2008

Because she’s an illegitimate child, Eliza is raised in the rural backwater with very little supervision. An intelligent, creative, and free-spirited heroine, unfettered by the strictures of her time, she makes friends with poets William Wordsworth and Samuel Coleridge, finds her way to London, and eventually travels the world, all the while seeking to solve the mystery of her parentage. With fierce determination and irrepressible spirits, Eliza carves out a life full of adventure and artistic endeavor.

More lists coming soon…

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Trying to figure out what to watch tonight? Be it new episodes of the TV season, reairs of cable
series or a movie, here are some suggestions:

6 PM:
X-Men: First Class movie on Cinemax

7:30 PM:
Homeland on Showtime (Reair)

8 PM:
Alcatraz on FOX (Two-Hour Season Finale)
Being Human on Syfy (Reair)
The Last of the Mohicans movie on IFC
My Sister’s Keeper movie on Lifetime

8:45 PM:
X2 movie on HBO Family

9 PM:
Being Human on Syfy (NEW)
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1 movie on HBO

9:40 PM:
How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days movie on Flix

10 PM:
Smash on NBC (NEW)
Lost Girl on Syfy (NEW)
Unknown movie on Cinemax
Nights in Rodanthe movie on Lifetime

10:01 PM:
Castle on ABC (NEW)

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Trying to figure out what to watch tonight? Be it new episodes of the TV season, reairs of cable series or a movie, here are some suggestions:

5:20 PM:
Chasing Liberty movie on HBO Signature

5:30 PM:
Ray movie on AMC

6 PM:
Inception movie on Cinemax
Chasing Leprechauns movie on Hallmark Channel (Reair)

7 PM:
The Blind Side movie on ABC Family
P.S. I Love You movie on Lifetime
The Bourne Ultimatum movie on TNT
Pretty in Pink movie on TV Guide Network

8 PM:
Once Upon a Time on ABC (NEW)
Harry’s Law on NBC (NEW)
Game of Thrones on HBO 2 (Reair)
Twilight movie on FX
The Rock movie on Spike

9 PM:
Army Wives on Lifetime (NEW)
X-Men: First Class movie on More Max

10 PM:
GCB on ABC (NEW)
Breakout Kings on A&E (NEW)
Little Dorrit Masterpiece Classic movie on PBS (Part 5 of 5)
Fugitive movie on ION
Miss Congeniality movie on ABC Family
Pretty in Pink movie on TV Guide Network

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